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DDU and installed a few hours ago. No time for gaming right now but after using BlurBusters and Heaven Benchmark I'm pretty happy. Pascal and up only BTW.

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Adaptive/G-Sync was enabled BY DEFAULT. It seems to work very well with no frame cap or vsync down into the 45-50 range.
I won't be able to play any games until tomorrow night sadly but after seeing it I'm pretty optimistic. If anyone has any input of where I should set vsync and frame cap for FPS gaming please LMK.

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Agreed. Testing right now. Fingers crossed, however I fully expect it not to work (Acer XF240H).
****. It works.

Not a single issue from what I can tell. Maybe it hasnt been tested yet?

I opened up the OSD during the pendulum demo and I could see the monitors frequency range fluctuating in real time. I am seriously impressed.

Will be putting this thing through the ringer. It's a cheap 144hz TN panel and I have had no issues with it so far (I am also the second owner, this panel is almost two years old). This is just a HUGE bonus. I traded an Original Xbox One for this thing. The deal keeps getting better and better! LOL. I suggest everyone test this as extensively as you can, as many games as you can and scenarios as you can. I am going to fill out the spreadsheet myself, there is already another XF240H user on there and he is having no issues yet as well.

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Here you go, one was started on /r/nvidia
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...19k/edit#gid=0
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My monitor has manual overdrive adjustment settings, I wonder if that will help if I have issue. I'll test when my card gets in today.

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****. It works.

Not a single issue from what I can tell. Maybe it hasnt been tested yet?

I opened up the OSD during the pendulum demo and I could see the monitors frequency range fluctuating in real time. I am seriously impressed.

Will be putting this thing through the ringer. It's a cheap 144hz TN panel and I have had no issues with it so far (I am also the second owner, this panel is almost two years old). This is just a HUGE bonus. I traded an Original Xbox One for this thing. The deal keeps getting better and better! LOL. I suggest everyone test this as extensively as you can, as many games as you can and scenarios as you can. I am going to fill out the spreadsheet myself, there is already another XF240H user on there and he is having no issues yet as well.
The pendulum looks great but IDK how to view my refresh rate in real time. It won't let me hit the gsync button in the top left.

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From my preliminary testing:

Gigabyte GTX 1060 GB with Nvidia's 1-15-2019 WQHL Driver that enables support for Adaptive-Sync


NX-VUE24 1920 x 1080 = FreeSync Certified Range 30Hz - 144Hz (DisplayPort)

NX-EDG27 IPS 2560 x 1440 = FreeSync Certified Range 30Hz - 144Hz (DisplayPort)

NX-EDG27240 1920 x 1080 = FreeSync Certified Range 35Hz - 240Hz (DisplayPort and HDMI)

When running the Windmill Demo (non-public version), there seems to be little to no ghosting with Over Drive set to OFF for all three monitors so it seems variable anti-ghosting may be working with the Nvidia Drivers?
(Normally with a Radeon GPU + FreeSync = when I turn Over Drive OFF I would not get ghosting with the NX-EDG27, but I would see ghosting with the NX-VUE24 and NX-EDG27240).

When FPS drops below the lowest FreeSync range, Nvidia drivers doubles or triples the frame rate to bring the FPS to withen FreeSync Range again similar to FreeSync's LFC feature.

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The pendulum looks great but IDK how to view my refresh rate in real time. It won't let me hit the gsync button in the top left.
If you press the menu button to bring up the OSD Menu, you will see the refresh rate counter on the bottom right corner of the OSD Menu = that is how you see it working.

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I tried on Windows 8.1 and had no luck.

Switched to Windows 10 and it worked straight away. Weird... but anyway.

Works on my LG 34UC79G. : )

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Appears to work without issue with my monitor in my signature. Very happy.

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So with Gsync on should I limit the FPS to 144 in games or just keep it uncapped?

Also should I turn off fast sync since Gsync is on?

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